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-inflicted economic coulds la, something we have known has been companying for as long as we have been told, it's coming. >> treasury secretary tim geithner sut approximatinging a date on what says would be a national disaster, as early as parch 31st. >> we can give congress until the end of june. >> geithner says the nation will disolve on its dead july 8th. >> moved the drop dead date from july 8th to august 2 wnd if congress doesn't act by the second they will put our-- they will downgrade our credit, first time in history, and if that happens, are you going to see cat strafk damage across the american economy and across the global economy. >> jon: the only other catastrophe that's moved its date this often was spicerman turn off the darbling. (laughter) (laughter) 112th congress has been completely unable to muster a debt sealing agreement to avoid eye holy unnecessary default, probably because its such a complicated thing we would only be able to do it in the past 102 times. (laughter) >> we've raised the debt ceiling 17 times under reagan -- times under hw dush, four and president clinton
version of the film. >> the ago ri monday us negotiations coulds laed on friday when house speaker john boehner walked out. >> the latest round of talks broke down again over the weekend. >> can a deal be reached or is this atmosphere just poison. >> jon: captain america! (cheers and applause) >> jon: let me get you caught up. while many americans were enjoying america's fast food sidewalks and justy dashboard steaks our country moved close ever to self-inflicted economic coulds la, something we have known has been companying for as long as we have been told, it's coming. >> treasury secretary tim geithner sut approximatinging a date on what says would be a national disaster, as early as parch 31st. >> we can give congress until the end of june. >> geithner says the nation will disolve on its dead july 8th. >> moved the drop dead date from july 8th to august 2 wnd if congress doesn't act by the second they will put our-- they will downgrade our credit, first time in history, and if that happens, are you going to see cat strafk damage across the american economy and across the global eco
one bay area city stacks up when it comes to the cost of food. >>> could las vegas become the hot destination for same-sex honey moons? the city is considering marketing the city as that. what they won't be marketing is same-sex marriage. >>> san francisco has been honored as the greenest city in the united states. a study ranks san francisco number one in come posting and recycling, public transportation, low pollution levels, green building codes and energy efficiency. new york, seattle, denver and boston ranked just below the city by the bay. >>> the lawrence livermore lab donated a new computer center for private industry and universities to use. the interim high performance commuting invasion center will give business the same computer power that are used for computer problems like simulating nuclear weapons. >>> people in the bay pay the highest income percentages for food. boston residents pay the most. while atlantans pay just 4.4%. >>> an fda panel yesterday rejected avastin for a treatment. they say the drug has more risks than benefits. a spokesman for the centers of m
better. >> reporter: but even then relief could be temporary. climate models show another la nina could be forming. the weather phenomenon in the pacific ocean keeps the south drier than normal. that means drought conditions could be on tap again next year. back at ham orchards... once they break the skin, well, it's open season for anything that wants to eat on it. >> reporter: ...there's a new concern: grasshoppers that normally eat healthy grass in nearby pastures are now starting to eat his peaches. >> between the bugs and not having enough water and the heat and the grasshoppers and everything else, we're just fighting a losing battle. >> reporter: and, bob, scorching heat is also making the drought worse. temperatures here have hit 100 degrees everyday since july 2, evaporating whatever moisture is in the soil. >> schieffer: okay, well, thank you very much, maya. a texas man is due to be executed on wednesday, but there's an unusual plea for clem men any the case. 12 million voices joined to sing happy birthday to nelson mandela and the future of manned space flight could be sitti
could cripple traffic in l.a. but that's not what happened. >> mission accomplished. we couldn't have done it without the cooperation of the people of this city. it looks like they got the message, they actually not only didn't get in their car, they frankly didn't leave their homes. >> interstate 405 re-opened just afternoon local time, hours ahead of schedule. >> celebrate good times, come on. ♪ [ music ] ♪ [ music ] >> all right, you're listening to the wakeup call for the crew of the space shuttle atlantis. mission control says that the main computer that had a glitch thursday is working normal again. they are due back on thursday. >>> an ipad for less than $70. sears.com because offering a new ipad, two for less than $70. the deal went viral quickly on twitter and other media web sites. it was a big mistake. the error caused by a third-party vendor but they don't plan to honor it. anyone who ordered it would be given a refund. it normally sells for $750. >>> when you got used to it, now we get deeper in our pockets for gasoline, prices have gone up, the national average for
towards yosemite and las vegas could see possibility of thunderstorms. and scattered on saturday and sunday. so fur f.you're making plans for weekend keep this in mind. overnight tonight here in the bay area, fog along coast and around the bay. and temperatures into 50s except antioch. 60 degrees. taking a look at highs for friday. they're coming up just a little bit. away from the coastline. 83 degrees in san jess yeah. sunnivale, milpitas, 82 for you. 87 in los gatos. and goits tok a mild day around san mateo. 76 degrees, 80 in menlo park. low to mid-60s near the coastline. you'll see fog again hugging the coast. daily city, gray skies and 62 degrees, welcome to summer in daily city. 66 degrees in downtown. and north bay, you're looking at low 80s for santa rosa and napa. 78 in san rafael. 60s at beaches, east bay communities, 72 oakland. inland areas warm day. you're looking at mid-90s for antioch and brentwood. and around the monterey bay, 74 degrees in santa cruz. 68 inmont raichl inland areas into low 90s, into the sierra nevada talking about thunderstorms here, and bay are
chains. >> we should start calling your billy karins. wouldn't have recommend it but you could. >> i'm veronica de la cruz. this is "first look" on msnbc. stay tuned because "way too early" starts right now. >>> president obama meets at the white house with congressional leaders. the president lo propose significant cuts to medicare and social security. the question is will the gop back off its pledge to keach taxes off the table, in return reaching a deal that could save the american kmm over the long term. >> we'll see. meanwhile the constant effort to keep up with the twisted mind of terrorists now expanded to include surgically implanted bombs carried onto planes. the question is how real is the threat of a fake boob? they say it's pretty road. >>> facebook teams up with skype. the question is what is the wingle voss cut of the new one. they'd better
rate, and for a night's work, driving a car from the border to l.a., you could make up to $5,000. a lookout could make a few hundred dollars simple will for watching a car cross the border. it's a very sophisticated operation on the border. as many as six or seven cartel operatives will work on trying to get the drugs across the border. >> can you see where $5,000 for a night's work seems pretty appealing if you are out of work? >> how was the d.a. able to crack this case? >> well, a lot of intense work. a lot of hours. a lot of mainly through wiretaps and a lot of stake-out work. basically a lot of dedication, a lot of hours staking out the port of entry. usually six to seven in one operation watching the load car come across ask then watching it make the delivery to l.a. so they could expand the investigation. eventually one wiretap led to another wiretap, and pretty soon they had a pretty large connect the dot map of the distribution system across the country. >> it was a fascinating article to read. people can see it at l.a. times.com, and three more articles to come. ric
's not like beating up your biggest rival. san francisco trying to lay the sweep on l.a. today. could the dodgers dodge their seventh consecutive loss to the giants. clayton kershaw and tim lincecum in the matchup today. 6th inning, lincecum strikes out juan rivera. one of seven on the day. top of the 7th, his only mistake, navaro splash hit home run to make it 1-0 dodgers. to the bottom of the 8th, kershaw strikes out two. jamie has more from the park. >> reporter: it was billed as a pitching duel and lived up to the hype. lincecum and kershaw twined for 19 strikeouts with the home run in the 7th inning being the only blemish for the giants' ace. >> you know it's going to be a close game so you got to be on top of yours. i flinched first. >> you got two of the better young talents in the game going at it and the game went pretty much how i thought, except they got the one run. >> reporter: sandoval was not in the lineup but he did pinch-hit in the 9th inning. reporting from at&t park, i'm jamie seyer for nbc bay area. >> thank you, jamie. history in detroit. the a's' matsui sitting o
in las vegas? >> i was very grateful. i could not bear it anymore. i am sure a lot of people who have been on the road will say the same thing. waiting for bed room service, and i wanted it all, so i said, i am done, and i got this offer to be the resident artist, and i said, that is where all the singers go to die, but it turns out to be one of the greatest experiences i have ever had. i love this. i was made for a group like this. now tavis: i am in: -- tavis: is like traveling around the country, but people come to you. >> i do 19 years, but not the tour. i cannot do the tour. -- i do one night shows, but not the tour. i cannot do the tour. >> i am glad you brought your piano, because it allows me to step aside and do what you do so well and what you have done so well for many years. i am honored. i have never had a conversation with somebody at their piano, so i am glad to have you here. >> i am glad to be here. minutesit is called "15 of fame." up next, a song by barry manilow. enjoy, and keep the faith. he comes home, and he is so excited because he got the job and cannot wait t
, they may not be the best way to travel. they challenged the airline and said they could get from l.a. to burr bang faster than the planes and they won that bet. the 10th anniversary of 9/11 means major changes for a national memorial event that passes through our area. america's 9/11 ride would be rerouted this year so that it does not pass through downtown leesburg. the bypass is necessary for safety reasons and to avoid major traffic backups. the event is expected to draw 1,700 riders this year and and a popular event. the three-day ride starts august 18th. we'll visit the pentagon, ground zero and flood 93 in pennsylvania >> the shaw section of northwest d.c. has a new piece of history today. it is holding its grand reopening this weekend. than is full of exhibits and photos. resources to trace family roots. a look inside this brand-new hraerbg center. >> in large part their stories were marginally mentioned. now in the shaw section of northwest d.c., a repository of that history. >> finally got a home now and a great location. >> the african-american civil war museum is the accom
, it will be slow going down 301, it will get worse as heavy rain approaches la plata. could be heavy rain. severe thunderstorm watch until 9:00. a flash flood watch until midnight. derek? >> two, one, zero and liftoff! >> besides the forecast that called for some rain and plenty of cloud cover this morning, atlantis blasted off on the final mission of nasa's 30- year-old space shuttle program. >> about a million people gathered at the kennedy space center and surrounding towns to watch this morning's launch. our kristin fisher was there amongst them at cape canaveral. kristin, you got to take this in with the first mom in space who also happens to be your mom. >> reporter: yeah, it was such an incredible experience. so happy the shuttle went today. it is the end of an era for our country's human spaceflight program and for the nasa employees and for me. i grew up surrounded by shuttles. >> kristin, you're going to go bye-bye on a jet. jet. >> it shouldn't be too surprising that my very first word was jet. then came -- rockets. >> for christmas, at just 17 months old, i got a toy airport set from
. a group of bicyclists challenged the airline and they said they could get from l.a. to burbank faster than the planes and they won that bet. go figure. time now is 9:39. a man blames his dog for this fire. and there's a catch. his dog was dead at the time. we'll explain that when we return. >>> welcome back. this morning's wednesday's child has spent almost his entire life in the hospital for sick children here in washington. while the staff there is crazy about him, they been that jontae is ready for a real home with parents that loves him. barbara harris introduces us. >> so great to see you, jonte. hi, tiawanda. they were happy to know jontae was going to be a wednesday's child. he's lived at the center for most of his life. they're hoping he may soon find a permanent family to love him and help him to grow and develop. >> so glad to meet you. somebody looks a little bit tired. did they wake you up to come and meet me? we got started early for both of us. but jonte is used to getting up early to go to school each day. >> in the summertime he goes half day. and he participants in occupat
and l.a. were the places where you could end up being a tv star or end up doing regional theater, which would have ended up being fine as well, but i liked that i could always keep going if it was going in that direction. tavis: organizer. -- or neither. how did "the office" happen for you? >> i had been in los angeles for eight years. i started waiting tables in offices as a temporary assistance. tavis: imagine that. >> i have no idea i was researching role of my career, but there was one casting director named alison jones, and she would call me every year for a different tv show, and finally, she called me in for "the office," and i was really lucky because a lot of shows i would work my way up from an audition with the casting director to the director to producers with seven auditions, and then they would give the role to a famous actress, so finally, they said, we do not want anyone we recognize, so give us an unknown actors, and i think that was the break i needed, so i got the role. tavis: what you think it is about this show that has made it work? we have talked about the change
-dollar l.a. dodgers split. >> celebrity coast to coast divorces. >> most people think this is the most expensive divorce in california history. >> and could maria shriver reveal all in a new bombshell book? >> hollywood, kennedy family, scandal, sex and a baby, no less. >> now, from hollywood, "the weekend "insider" is on. >> here is what many believe a very disturbing question. could casey be planning to have another child after she's set free? >> we have the latest in the casey anthony aftermath in this weekend's inside story. >> the trial riveted the nation. >> everybody is talking about and still talking about -- >> we've been o.j.ed. >> let me just say, this is so much bull i can't stand it. >> the murder weapon was tot mom's. they did have a murder weapon. >> if you can live in america, you can get away with murder. >> casey lived with her parents before. what now? does everybody kiss and make up? >> outrage over the casey anthony verdict. she is said to be released july 17. she wrote a jailhouse littetter. >> in that letter, she said she planned to go free and have another baby.
, it will evaluate expanding that warning to include all smokers. that review could take a year. dr. jon lapook, cbs news, new york. >>> just ahead on the "morning news," a new sex abuse allegation against dominique strauss-kahn. >>> plus a hindu temple in india. you'll be amazed by what they found in the basement. >>> first, scott pelley has a preview of tonight's "cbs evening news." >> they helped win the race to space. but now, they're losing their jobs. the final flight of the space shuttle means the end of a career for many nasa workers, from astronauts to mechanics. where do they go from here? find out tonight, on the "cbs evening news." ♪ [ female announcer ] we all want cleaner laundry. we all want a world with fewer chemicals. we all want the best of both worlds. introducing all free clear oxi-active. a powerful new detergent without dyes or perfumes that helps get out your toughest dirt and stains. its added natural cleaning boosters help get your whole family's wash incredibly clean. tough on stains. gentle on skin. new all free clear oxi-active. tough on stains. foto be theres a callin
and cue to commercial and you know they planned t. they could have seen this, greg. >> your memory of l.a. law episodes i. i tell you what, i could not tell what you i did last night. the human mind is amazing. >> no! the cocaine you took was amazing. >> that's absolutely inaccurate. >> let's talk about tv. what do you think -- does csi build up our belief in the justice system like we hear about all of this evidence therefore we think it's like csi and they are going to get their man. >> they wanted her fingernail polish on the duct tape and that would have been the dispositive evidence and this would have come out a different way. but real life doesn't work that way. >> can i say one more thing before we move on? >> no! >> the jury didn't find her innocent. the jury found that the state failed to meet its burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt. and the judge instructed the jury that the evidence is not just what is presented, but the lack of evidence. >> don't you think the whole reason, besides the fact that a child was murdered, the obsessiveness was that she wasn't bad looking and
the brakes. in this day and age, there's one thing to get attention. that's fine. what it could cost you going barreling down? >> and forget about earthquakes, la is in the mist of a nightmare. not even hollywood has tackenned. carmegeddon, we'll explain. and are you 3u9ing out the vibes? why they prefer some of us more than others. >>> since monday, cool weather has embedded the thunderstorm weather. in and out effect this air mass will have on our weekend as eyewitness news continues on the cw. calls >>> it's a stretch of bay area roads so dangerous a highway patrol dubbed it blood alley. we're talking about vasco road in contra costa county. mark sayer explains the harsh penalties drivers could soon face to make that road safer. >> chp refers to it as blood alley. >> stretches for 17 miles between liver more and brentwood and over the years it had more than its share of serious fatal accidents. the stretch of road has a traffic collision rate which is 1.5-pounds higher than the state road average. drivers say they are not at all surprised. >> i had a friend that got killed on a mot
't made any public remarks, that could change sunday when she makes two more appearances in l.a. back here live in downtown los angeles where the event is just wrapping up. we have julie chen and her super famous husband, i can't remember his name right now, the cbs guy. >> i wish i could help you out. >> i can't remember his name. less moonbiz. we have so many other people coming out right now, this is fun. the duke and duchess came out about four minutes ago now. tomorrow is their final day of the royal visit. they're going to attend a private reception, visit downtown l.a.'s skid row, and then they are going to wrap up the day by greeting veterans at a job fair. and then they go back home to england. live in downtown los angeles tonight. >> nice way to pull out the name. couldn't they have waited until we got on the air? that would have been reasonable. >> i tried, i said, hey, kntv's coming up, hold up. >> hold up a second. >> thanks a lot. >>> coming up next at 11:00, we have the giants and a's, one of them with a heartbreaker tonight. we'll show you the apology in the last paper and
, there could be airport delays in detroit, chicago, atlanta, miami, phoenix and las vegas. >>> jaycee dugard, the california woman who was kidnapped and held hostage for nearly two decades is now sharing details about her ordeal. >> reporter: jaycee dugard, finally free after 18 years. her first interview. she tells us she never stopped thinking of the mother she loved. >> i would cry every day and be hardest when i would think about her and what she was doing and then trying to convince myself she was better without me. >> reporter: and worried you'd forget. >> worried that i'd forget what she looked like or what she sounded like. would she forget me? >> reporter: she had her first baby by her captor in a backyard. so, august 18th, 1994, you're how old? >> 14. >> reporter: you're in labor, and there's nobody there. >> i didn't know i was in labor, but yeah. but i was still locked at that time. just -- scared. >> reporter: 60 times, parole officers would come to the house where she was being held. never look, never find her. in the end, two watchful women, campus police officers, spotted som
remarks. that could change tomorrow when she makes two more appearances in l.a. >>> an iraq war veteran died on an amusement park roller coast jeer and the end of a tabloid staple. inside that final edition of "news of the world." >>> and super bowl and "dancing with the stars" champ, hines ward arrested for dui. >>> and in sports, nats get defense. what about offense? >>> what about the weather, chuck bell? >> we had a nice break from the humidity. i can tell you what, the summer stickies are coming back and [ female announcer ] keurig brews more than just hot coffee. now you can brew over ice for delicious iced coffee or tea. hot or cold, keurig is the way to brew everyone's favorite cup in under a minute. choose. brew. enjoy. keurig. >>> an iraq war veteran was killed yesterday an at an upstate new york amusement park. sergeant james hackerman fell off of the roller coaster. he served two tours of duty in iraq and lost his legs in a roadside bomb. the roller coaster is more than 200 feet tall and reaches speeds of 7 0e miles per hour. two ride of steel coasters. the other one is at s
, on the left side of the computer screen. >> thankfully not in l.a. -- something going on in l.a.? oh yeah carmegeddon it could lead to the biggest traffic jam than southern california as ever seen. caltrans will shut down 10 miles of interstate 405 for weekend construction project. closure affects an area from santa monica to ventura freeway that normally receive half a million cars every day. and officials say there are no good alternative routes. residents are encouraged to stay home and they have blunt advice anyone headed from out of town go somewhere else instead. there was warning signs on 580 here in the bay area. putting the word statewide to stay away from the area. >> thanks very much on the traffic report. >> former golf star that wowed the crowd at british open. >> who wants to be a star? find out how you could end ninininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininininini
johnson tells us top credit rating agencies could take steps that might cost the country hundreds of billions of dollars in higher interest. they declared it carmaggedon, after weeks of dire warnings, l.a.'s 405 freeway, one of the busiest in the nation, is shutdown. we're told what happened. behind the lines. mark phillips goes into the field with libyan rebels who are long on resolve but short on training. and nasa artists, as the shuttle program nears its end bill plante looks back at 50 years of artwork commissioned by nasa. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: good evening. another day and no deal on the debt ceiling crises. as the clock continues to tick to the august 2 deadline, no meeting is scheduled between the president and congressional leaders this weekend. but top senators from both sides are said to be discussing modifications to a plan to raise the debt limit. at the same time, the nation's credit rating could be threatened even if a deal is passed. whit johnson has the latest. >> reporter: credit rating agenci
. >> he said, another part of that statement there he, he said i could add 10,000 jobs in las vegas. but, we're afraid to do anything in the political environment of the united states. that says it all. the president is standing in the way, because of his attitude to business, standing in the way of job creation and growth. >> sean: we are at a moment, one of these crucial moments. i think this moment is going down in history in terms of what we do with cut, cap and balance. we had a big disagreement last week over the mcconnell plan. today the president races out to your old podium. there's a new plan, hang on, six guys in a room. it is very frustrating to me that republicans are negotiating against themselves. they ought to be united supporting cut, cap and balance that is the best answer to the structural foundational problem fast we have in the economy. >> you are right in principle. cut, cap and balance does what you want it to do. but, it is not going to be a success. it is not going to go through. >> sean: why tkpwerb shea against yourself? >> i want a viable alternative to a down
in la. they to shut down a ten-mile stretch so they could destroy a bridge but instead of the traffic jams everyone was worried about it is smooth sailing today for a lot of drivers in the area. >> it is not traffic, it is a breeze. >> the lightest traffic i have seen in la. >> you don't hear that often. crews are on track to finish the work before rush hour on monday morning. >>> a make over coming to the bridge. workers will paint the westbound side of the bridge t is the first time they are doing it since it opened 40 years ago. the good news is that traffic should not be affected too much. that's because the workers are doing it from barges. the project will not be complete until sometime next fall. >>> and o's fans step up to the plate to help the less fortunate. they are dropping off canned goods before the game against cleveland. as part of the commitment we're proud to team up with masn and wives. and they go to the food bankment you can donate against tomorrow and meet your favorite reporters from wjz. they are vic and key and derek a lot of people there. more people out. th
of netflix. kyra? >> so what do you think? are more movies going to disappear? >> could be, because "l.a. times" says netflix is on the verge of hitting a similar cap with disney movies pup fwlee? many of its licenses deal, set to go away by next year. so with streaming as popular as it is now, studios are in the, sort of the higher position. in the position to sort of jack up their asking prices, and netflix has competition from big fish by amazon, google and hulu. one analyst says, either netflix will lose a share of subscribers to the big fish or the big fish will drive up prices netflix pays for consent. either way it's netflix that's going to lose in this, kyra. >> okay. well, a lot of subscribers here. we hope things don't get that dismal. alison, thanks. >> me, too. >>> all right, coming up next, bill maher prefers a president bachmann to a president palin. weighing in. >>> and the age of george jetson is here. a flying car. it's cleared for takeoff and about to be road-ready. we'll tell you how and when you might be able to take the wheel. >> announcer: this past year alone there
/11. >>> it could be epic even by hollywood standards what some drivers in l.a. are so desperate to avoid they are willing to spend the whole weekend at work. but police admit, the crime is low on their priority list. so when offi >>> thousands of people in oakland are burglarized every year, but police admit the crime is low on their priority list. so when officers did respond to a can youful cases they got accused of providing special treatment. christin ayers explains the situation. christin. >> reporter: ken, it's all because of two recent break-ins of city council members' cars. one of those break-ins here at lake merritt. after those happened instead of filling out complaints online, both councilmembers actually went straight to the assistant police chief. they say there is nothing wrong with what they did. >> it happened so quick. >> reporter: we watched it happen to this woman in downtown oakland just a few hours ago. a thief snatched her iphone and credit card information while she waited for a bus. have you ever had had anything happen like this before? >> no. >> reporter: leav
that this -- gay la taken no man, that this is a place where i could be happy. now doing the job of a supervisor has been the most rewarding experience. it is really remarkable how amazing our neighborhoods are, how amazing its people are. i have a progressive outlook in terms of how i see things, and by progressive i mean we have to make government and make the city work for everyone, and that means that it's not just those who are doing well, it's also those who are not doing so well, those who have the least. but it also means making sure that the city works for the middle class. >> good evening, everyone. good evening. thank you all for being here. and when we first got into office about two years ago, we started talking to the mayor's office of workforce and economic development and trying to figure out how we can help different corridors within our district have a better sense of what that neighborhood should look like, what its main concerns and priorities should be and a strategy for the community. and that means business, residents and the city working together to make whatever that vis
will no longer pay its bills or financial obligations. it's getting to a scary point. >> stephen: that could guarantee. this could be part of the plan that could guarantee obama is a one-term president because there's no more america. la laugh. >> there's maneuvering going on for who would get the blame. >> stephen: obama, right? he gets the blame thank is the republican hope is that obama gets the blame because he insisted on tax hikes is what they would say. obama is saying that since they are not compromising they should get the blame. >> stephen: he says "don't call my bluff" to eric cantor but he is calling their bluff, isn't he? i think one of reasons why he is calling their bluff is that they have publicly said their bluffing. [laughter] they have said, you know, we -- we won't raise the debt ceiling. [ applause ] then they publicly told the wall street buddies, don't worry we're going to raise the debt ceiling. that's like paying poker across from obama and saying (bleep) we're all in. you don't want to see what i got in my hand and then turning to your buddy and saying i got nothing
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